Challenges in the Future
The three major factors, soft-error, electromagnetic compatibility, and power integrity, that govern dependability of the electronic systems in addition to conventional hardware failure are brought together in one hard-cover book, to the best of the authors’ knowledge, for the first time in the history of silicon industry. Integration of these factors with high-level mitigation of failures to dependable electronic systems turned out to be very challenging efforts themselves.
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